Publications

Publications on Thomas Pennant and Romantic-period travel writing by members of the project team

 

Mary-Ann Constantine, ‘“The bounds of female reach”: Catherine Hutton’s Fiction and her Tours in Wales’, Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840, 22 (Spring 2017), 92-105.

Mary-Ann Constantine and Nigel Leask (eds), Enlightenment Travel and British Identities: Thomas Pennant’s Tours in Scotland and Wales (London: Anthem Press, 2017)

Mary-Ann Constantine, ‘John Hassell, Wales and the “industrial picturesque”’, Picturing Places, British Library (2017).

Mary-Ann Constantine and Elizabeth Edwards (eds), Teithwyr Chwilfrydig: Symud, Tirlun, Celf / Curious Travellers: Movement, Landscape, Art (Aberystwyth: Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 2017)

Mary-Ann Constantine, ‘Consumed landscapes: coal, air and circulation in the writings of Catherine Hutton’, Romanticism (forthcoming)

Mary-Ann Constantine, Curious Travellers: The Welsh Tour, 1720–1830 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming)

Mary-Ann Constantine, ‘Thomas Pennant’, in Barbara Schaff (ed.), Handbook of British Travel Writing (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, forthcoming)

Alex Deans, ‘Short Bibliography of Thomas Pennant’s Tours in Scotland and Wales’.

Alex Deans and Nigel Leask, ‘Curious Travellers: Thomas Pennant and the Welsh and Scottish Tour (1760-1820)’, Studies in Scottish Literature, 42:2 (2016), 164-172.

Elizabeth Edwards, ‘“A kind of geological novel”: Wales and travel writing, 1783-1819’, Romanticism, 24:2 (2018), 134-147.

Elizabeth Edwards, ‘Procuring Snakes: Thomas Pennant and recent scholarship in Welsh writing of the long eighteenth century’, Literature Compass (April 2020), e12569.

Ffion Jones, ‘A new look at the correspondence of Thomas Pennant and Richard Bull (1773–1798)’.

Nigel Leask, ‘Fingalian topographies: Ossian and the Highland Tour 1760-1805’, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 39:2 (2016), 183-196.

Nigel Leask, ‘The Weaver’s Cottage in Islay’, ‘Picturing Places’, British Library (2017).

Nigel Leask, ‘Thomas Pennant, national description, and the project of improvement’, in Alex Benchimol and Gerard Lee McKeever (eds), Cultures of Improvement in Scottish Romanticism, 1707-1840 (New York, NY: Routledge, 2018) pp. 95-110

Nigel Leask, Mary-Ann Constantine and Elizabeth Edwards (eds), “Curious Travellers”: Dr Johnson and Thomas Pennant on Tour: An Exhibition at Dr Johnson’s House, London, Oct 2018-Jan 2019 (Aberystwyth: University of Wales Centre for Advance Welsh and Celtic Studies, 2019)

Nigel Leask, ‘Eighteenth-century travel writing’, in Nandini Das and Tim Youngs (eds), The Cambridge History of Travel Writing (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp. 93-107

Nigel Leask, ‘Philosophical vagabonds: Pedestrianism, politics and improvement on the Scottish tour’, Studies in Scottish Literature, 45:1 (2019), 3-22.

Nigel Leask, Stepping Westward: Writing the Highland Tour c. 1720-1830 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020)

Nigel Leask, John Bonehill and Anne Dulau Beveridge (eds), Old Ways and New Roads: Travels in Scotland, 1720-1830 (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2020)

Kirsty McHugh, ‘Yorkshire Tourists: The Beginnings of Middle-Class Travel in Georgian Britain’, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 90:1 (2018), 111-127.

Kirsty McHugh, ‘Sightseeing, social climbing, steamboats and sex: Anne Lister’s 1828 tour of Scotland’, Studies in Travel Writing, 22:4 (2019), 420-435.